Mercedes Barraza In 1934, a play called The Children’s Hour premiered on Broadway, causing mass controversy for its reference to a lesbian affair, as at the time it was illegal to make […]
Mercedes Barraza On April 21st (which falls on a gold day), hundreds of kids will participate in Day of Silence, either showing support for the LGBTQ+ community or looking for […]
Ryan Nguyen Welcome back to “The Spectrum of Aloha High School”! If you haven’t heard, “The Spectrum” is a project of The Closet that seeks to empower LGBTQ+ students […]
Abbey Kester The rainbow flag has come to mean many things since its creation in 1978. For many, it has been a sign of liberation, a single figure that […]
Mercedes Barraza “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination […]
This week, The Closet will be taking a pause due to forecasting. However, The Closet will return next Monday. We apologize for any convenience to our lovely readers.
Mercedes Barraza 2016’s presidential election had us all on our toes. Some of us were rooting for the potential first female president Hillary Clinton and her “first lady” Bill Clinton, […]
Ryan Nguyen Welcome to the first installment of The Closet! A bit late, I know, but I only received these answers just recently. The most important thing is that the […]